|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Brand Name:||Purple Clay Teapot|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
Octagonal Purple Clay Teapot,
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Yixing zisha tea set
YIXING PURPLE CLAY KYLIN OCTAGONAL TEAPOT Purple Clay Teapot
Zisha teapot is a unique hand-made clay handicraft in China. Its production began in the Zhengde period of the Ming Dynasty. The raw material is Zisha mud and its place of origin is Dingshu Town, Yixing, Jiangsu. The price of purple clay pots is rising in the auction market, and it is an "antique" with collectible value. The works of famous masters are often hard to find in a pot. As the saying goes, "Is jewellery in the world is good, Yixing purple clay is the most sought-after".
The raw material is purple clay mud, and its origin is in Dingshu Town, Yixing, Jiangsu, also known as Yixing purple clay pot. It is said that the founder of the purple clay teapot was Gongchun in Ming Dynasty of China. Because of the perfect combination of artistry and practicality, purple clay pots are so precious and memorable. In addition, the benefits of making tea in a teapot and the culture of tea and Zen add to the noble and elegant charm of purple sand.
Yixing teapots are the most famous. Yixing teapots do not lose the true fragrance of tea, nor do they have the smell of cooked soup. It can maintain the color, fragrance and taste of tea for a long time. Zisha tea set is also popular because of its simple and unique shape and excellent temperament. After tea is soaked in water and hand rubbed, it will turn into an ancient jade color. Purple clay is indeed a unique raw material for Yixing. It has the necessary chemical composition and mineral composition for pottery. According to microscopic observation, the main minerals of purple mud are quartz, clay, mica and hematite. Reasonable chemical, mineral, and particle composition make the purple mud have good processing properties such as good plasticity, high green strength, and small drying shrinkage. The fineness of the purple mud smash is preferably passed through a 60-mesh sieve.
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